Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, shares a refreshing, candid perspective on how we can enjoy the good in life, get along with others, and overcome challenges — all while maintaining our positivity and self-respect. Filled with timeless Torah wisdom, inspiring stories, and intriguing personal accounts.
The Hashkafa of Mussar, Chassidus and psychology are all melded together into a mature look back at a great life of fruitful accomplishment. Rabbi Twerski presents us with many of the lessons gleaned.
If we blame someone for our problems, then we don’t feel obligated to make significant changes in our lives. To solve our problems, we need to get out of our own way. Rabbi Twerski shows us how.
In this eye-opening book on teshuvah and recovery, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski offers his wise insights into the psychological and spiritual aspects of addiction and the benefits of joining a twelve-step program. Included are inspiring personal accounts of those who have descended to the lowest recesses, yet emerged triumphant from the depths of darkness.
Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, whose many books have transformed and enriched the lives of tens of thousands of readers, now distills a lifetime of wisdom, experience, and ahavas Yisrael into this poignant, warm and personal collection of letters. By sharing his personal correspondence, Rabbi Dr. Twerski makes us a part of his family. And what a “zeide” he is to us all!
Providing a religious lens on the topic, this book directly addresses the problem of spousal abuse in the Jewish community, in hopes of confronting the truth and taking definitive steps to end this violation of all that Judaism stands for. Rabbi Twerski’s book was one of the first titles to break open the issue, and this new edition relates the recognition of abuse, the warning signs, and how to respond.
Dr. Twerski outlines a twelve-step program for spiritual growth through self-awareness, service, and self-management. He illustrates his program throughout with true success stories he has witnessed over the years.
Discover how to motivate yourself and others; how to uncover just what it is you really want to do, and how to make it happen; how to find the strength within you to change “I wish” to “I will.”
There are days when a person in recovery needs a moment of reflection and support to find the will to persevere. Dr. Twerski draws upon his 40 years of experience as a doctor, psychiatrist, rabbi and counselor to provide a year’s worth of daily meditations filled with warmth, wisdom and insight that will give the courage needed to live “one day at a time”.